Understanding the complexities

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

SUI is complex, and more common than you think. In this webinar learn more about the pathophysiology and how to effectively implement management strategies for patients - from postpartum, nulliparous athletes and beyond.
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Learning Outcomes

Understanding of the pathophysiology of stress urinary incontinence, and clarity around how symptoms may present in parous and nulliparous clients alike.

• Anatomy & physiology of pelvic floor, urethral sphincter and IAP.

• Understanding of pathophysiology of SUI and symptom presentation

• Clients that may be at risk, and screening tools for practical use in clinic.

• How to support clients with SUI across the lifespan

Course Lessons

Meet the instructor

Joelene Murdoch

Jo Murdoch has been running The Physiotherapy Clinic with her colleagues since 2007.

In 2008, she completed her post graduate certificate in Continence and Women’s health, and has been working with women ever since.The Physiotherapy Clinic has grown over the years to expand into Lower North Shore and The Southern Shire, Jo enjoys leading her team of amazing women’s health and musculoskeletal physios & mentoring up and coming womens’ health physios with the mentor program at The Physio Clinic.

Jo has recently completed a Masters in Women’s Health Medicine. She is currently enrolled in a Masters by research running a project to investigate the properties of the pelvic floor in the ante natal period and its relationship with birth outcomes 

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Patrick Jones - Course author
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